Kyiv plans to attract USD 2 billion worth of investment
At least 75 projects are expected to launch by the end of 2017
Kyiv Investment Agency intends to attract at least USD 2 billion by the end of this year for infrastructure and real estate projects, reports “Interfax-Ukraina”.
“In 2016 and at the beginning of 2017 several dozens of deals are going to be signed, not only in the field of real estate, but in other sectors too. The deals will amount to around USD 2 billion”, - Head of Kyiv Investment Agency (KIA) Oleg Mystyuk stated at international investment conference New Ukraine.
The Head of the Agency added, that 25 projects will access the market by the end of the year. Another 50 projects are expected in 2017.
The projects are supported by international financial institutions, including of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development and European Investment Bank.
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